IEMT Kinaesthetic Change – Methodology Review with Andrew T. Austin

Date(s) - 18/09/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

In this webinar, we will review the rationale and purpose of the structure of the kinaesthetic change modules (“IEMT Basic/Complex Pattern”) with the intention of deepening your understanding the IEMT work.

We will also look at the common mistakes made by practitioners and how to avoid these.

Presented by IEMT developer, Andrew T. Austin.

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Please use the comment section below to add any question you would like answered during this webinar.



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2 Comments on “IEMT Kinaesthetic Change – Methodology Review with Andrew T. Austin

September 18, 2019 at 10:57 am

Hi Andy, I have a couple of questions about the ‘Depression Client Case Study’ I watched:
– You go for a very low score out of 10. Even lower than 0,5, whereas I would already be happy with a 3. Suggesting that the remainder will fade away. Any thoughts on this? What are your criteria to continue or to stop?
– At 13:36′ in the video you start making the ‘8-movement’. What was your motivation to do this? Is it because the client knows the feeling already for a very long time? Or anything else?
– In the video you are proceeding with some Identity work, exploring the words I, me, self and you. In this case you are not working with a specific ID statement from the client. When I do the Identity work, I only use statements from the client. These statements do not always contain all the words (I, me, self, you). Often only 2 or 3. Or even 1. What are your thoughts on this?

Andrew T. Austin
September 18, 2019 at 3:52 pm

Great questions, thanks Paula.


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